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Better options than reflex shove when way ahead - way behind
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knifeboy62
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 9:45 pm
Post subject: Re: Better options than reflex shove when way ahead - way behind
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MattF wrote:
Stop fagging up the forum with bad beat stories masquerading as strategy questions.

You've reraised pre-flop with QQ and got a J-high flop with little more than a pot-sized bet left. You're always putting the rest of your chips in here.


sorry if I wasted your valuable time but I was genuinely asking a question which i couldn't figure out for myself. I really don't care about bad beat, but I do care about trying to improve, maybe with a smaller pre-flop raise size. Even being told this was ok is helpful to me, not for bad beat massage, just for future play in situation where I had nagging doubts about my play. If you can't ask hand analysis questions unless they are not obvious to anyone but top 0.00001% of players then this section will dry up pretty quickly.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 9:58 pm
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knifeboy62 wrote:
MattF wrote:
Stop fagging up the forum with bad beat stories masquerading as strategy questions.

You've reraised pre-flop with QQ and got a J-high flop with little more than a pot-sized bet left. You're always putting the rest of your chips in here.


sorry if I wasted your valuable time but I was genuinely asking a question which i couldn't figure out for myself. I really don't care about bad beat, but I do care about trying to improve, maybe with a smaller pre-flop raise size. Even being told this was ok is helpful to me, not for bad beat massage, just for future play in situation where I had nagging doubts about my play. If you can't ask hand analysis questions unless they are not obvious to anyone but top 0.00001% of players then this section will dry up pretty quickly.



I appreciate the premise and the cold hard truth answers.

What's with the useless post with the ugly words MattF? Players who are far above learning from OP's question don't respond like that.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 9:59 pm
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I would have played the hand exactly the same way. Cool
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 10:06 pm
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Bogus wrote:
MattF wrote:
Stop fagging up the forum with bad beat stories masquerading as strategy questions.

You've reraised pre-flop with QQ and got a J-high flop with little more than a pot-sized bet left. You're always putting the rest of your chips in here.


::handbags:: ohhh!!


have agree with the 2nd part, you are always putting the chips in on that flop... in some respects theres an argument for just putting them all in pre, the only thing you were hoping for was to see no ace....
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